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night on comedy central. >> here's what i will say . before americans get killed it is not optmaland we'll fix it. >> steve: it is optimal. is that the best word to use? we'll report and you decide. >> brian: is this a repeat. vice-president joe biden confused in a campaign event. we keep that in the archives. asking who served in the war in iran and harry reid raised his hand. "fox and friends" starts right now. >> steve: welcome aboard, folks. live from studio e. it is "fox and friends" for a rainy monday -- friday on "fox and friends". >> i am filling in . brian told me it is bad luck
to see me before the show. >> steve: you are not getting maried. >> brian: remember we broke in the catskills. also we don't wear pants before the show. that's another thing -- that hurts my feeling. >> steve: almost like catskills comics. >> brian: when are we going to be invited. >> i have been invited. there is a lot of levitty and jokes and get to see both candidates in an unusual setting where they are being nice at each other and it is the al smith dinner and it is white tail and dancerer than black tie . president obama and mitt romney were there and they had lot was funnier jokes. >> i am glad to be able to join in this venerable tradition and i am pleased that the president was here .
we were chatting as if tuesday night never happened. we are down to the final months of the president's term as president. [applause] as president obama surveys the waldoffer banquet with white tie and so little time and so much to redistribute. and i never suggest that the press is biased, i recognize they have their job to do and i have my job to do. my job is to lay out a positive vision for the country and their job to make sure no one hears it headlines for tonight's dinner. obama embraced with catholics and romney dines with rich people . of course, the president put his own stamp with relations with the church. there is awkward moments like
when the president pulls pope benedict xvi aside with advice. look holy father. whatever the problem is. just blame it on pope john paul ii. >> brian: wow that was good. >> steve: thing about watching roam roam he is tall and looks good in a tux. that was what he and ann wear around the house. mitt romney is not that wooden robot that the mainstream media tried to portray. he was not. he was very, very funny and his material was fantastic. and the president of the united states who had a busy day fund raise being on the daily show stepped up to the mike and spoke five minutes. here is the mon tage. >> this is the third time that governor romney and i are met
recently. some of you had noticed. i had a lot more energy in the second debate. i came rested after the nice long nap i had in the first debate. this is my last political campaign and i am trying to drink it all in. unfortunately mayor bloomburg only allows me 16 ounces. earlier today i went shopping in stores in midon town. i understand governor romney went shopping for stores in midtown. i went to school in new york and had a wonderful experience here. used to love walking through central park and love to go to old yankee stadium, the house that ruth build although he really did not build that, i hope everyone is aware of that. and finally, i are done thinking and i have decided that for our final debate i
will go back to the strategy i used to prepare for the first debate. i am just kidding. i am trying to make axelrod sweat a bit. >> brian: they are both good in that setting. they raised five million for charities. >> steve: alfred smith was the emcee. he said president obama, it is never good when your opponent has produced more sons than you have jobs. >> i am always confused when the candidates do this. i have been in the dinner . do they hate or like each other. first they joked and said very gracus and so much levitty and humor. >> brian: i feel like you are put on. >> when are they lying? the acrimoney is that the
balony or it confuses me. >> steve: we have read that apparently the president of the united states does not like mitt romney. in the last debate they were in each other's face. >> brian: if you have a cardinal sitting between you. even the mets and yankees and cowboys and indians would get along. >> why can't they steal a page from that goodwill. >> brian: i would. >> steve: i would leak to so them show up. >> brian: last thing we need. two people getting along. i want to hear the differences. >> shut up. that is the point. let me know your comments. >> steve: i am kidding, don't shut up brian. >> there are calls for president obam for the benghazi attack. he hit the today show for talking about it.
>> he told jon stewart that every piece of information that his administration got tied to the terror attack on the consulate attack in benghazi was laid out to paint a picture of what happened . despite his administration confusing the response, the president was never confused about the fact four americans were killed and the fact that terrorist struck the consulate at all was not optmal. >> i would say you would admit it was not the optmalresponse as far as all of us being on the same page. >> here's what i would say. four americans get killed it is not optmaland we'll fix it. >> fox news said the administration knew within 24 hours that the raid was a terrorist attack and senator john mccain wants to know why if the president knew
americans had been murdered by terrorist, he went on in mccain's words in every show in america to say they died in a spontanous administration . he took issue with the way the president described it on a comedy show. >> even from someone like the president who is never known what the tragedies are about and service and sacrifice that people make, it still just you know, i can't get angry, it is just so inappropriate. >> sources tell fox news that the leader of sharia. is one of a handful of men who is suspected of committing the deadly raid in benghazi. we don't know if he was a ring leader but are told he is on the short list and happy
birthday to my dad. >> steve: thank you very much, peter. >> happy birthday. peter, thank you for letting us know. >> brian: is this in lieu of a gift. >> there is a card in the mail that will be there by thanksgiving. >> steve: he told me i just mailed your card, i was really busy. >> i am hard at work. >> brian: he watched the daily show last night. >> coming up at seven : 45 eastern, we'll have senator mccain on our show to talk about the benghazi terrorist attack. >> brian: that's the painting we did for him. >> the newspaper that endorsed every democrat candidate since 1982 and al gore used to work and the paper and now back being al gore. the next president should be
the one that gets the 16 dollar debt under control. it is because the economy is parra mount that the tennesseian endorses mitt romney for government. and is atlanta centinal endorsing romney. a stunning sweep in detroit. >> this is going to do it. prince folder wants it and the tigers are going to the world series for the lenth time in franchise history. >> brian: right there in television shut off. tigers beat the yankee 8-1 to reach the world series. yankee swept for the first time since 1976 when they lost to the cincinnati reds. there is talk after arod after being benched will be traded. he said he will not accept a
trade. look out nice off season. >> another day another blunder from vice-president biden. how many of you know someone who served in iraq and iran. how many of you know someone who is injured or lost in iraq and iran? and take a close look senator harry reid raising his hand when biden asked the question. >> brian: he didn't sayio biden said. that was unbe believable. and interesting gaffe. there is breaking news. >> yes. a caller on the line. good morning. >> steve: you anticipated it. the >> brian: this is mrs. doocy. >> steve: what are you doing up. >> brian: are you here to talk to me, ally or steve.
>> i was going to wish my honeymooner happy birthday. >> oh, my gosh. look at you romantic newly weds. >> steve: oh, boy. three hours was this. i love it >> i just wanted to wish you happy birthday. >> steve: thank you cat. >> i have many surprises for you today, so i know you will have a great day. >> steve: thank you very much. she makes me german chocolate cake which is impossible. >> brian: will this be a date night that the kids are at school or at work. >> steve: actually it is. >> brian: talking inspirational point. >> steve: we are empty nesters. >> thank you so much for calling in. >> by ally and brian and steve
. >> that's great. we'll have a lot of surprises for you >> chris: oh, goody. >> what is washington spending most of your money on. it is not social security or defense. news you don't want to miss. >> steve: he's not going to jump out of a cake. >> brian: eva longoria after a anti-mitt romney tweet. what she said and could have been worse. ♪ ♪ ♪ i have a heart of heart of the gold. and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. actually... th way i could split my payments up into little bite-size chunks. i mean you feel me right? yeah. uh, sir... ah... [ male announcer ] shop now. and put it on layaway
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what do they mean? >> that is a means tested payments going from here to there from the federal government to people out. q. total of over one trillion dollars worth of transfer payments and exown as welfare. does not include social security and medicare. no, this is income transfer. let me relate how much we are shelling out to the average normal family. a normal family that takes in $70,000 a year. that's what they take in and their income for the year and they are already deep lein depth. that family will shell out 110,000 a year and that is largely borrowed money and that shows how out of the whack national finances are when you look at a normal family. we are out of whack and look like europe. we are a welfare state with
borrowed money and it is a difficult thing. you can't go on like this? >> brian: as a trend when people get underemployed and lose their yob. they go below the poverty line . at the same time government is starved of money and something that leadership can do in our system? >> what this president has done is open up welfare systems to more and more people to shell out more and more. look at food stamps. that is a drive to welfare payments . as you say advertising and come on in and sign up for food stamps . here we have the stamps for you and come and get them. that drives the welfare payments that are putting our national payments out of whack. how can you spend 1.03 trillion on welfare. how can you do that? >> people can watch you at nine : 20 eastern.
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was found in a bag in tennessee. it applied to a bag with the use date by october 13th. >> steve: thank you, ally. thanks to a brand new movie he is not forgotten. >> i think of him as the media pundit fred astair. if you took him out of the time who would he be? he would be still a great dancer but wouldn't pay attention to that dance and he would be obcure. but fred astair was born at the moment for fred astair. and bret bart was born. >> his struggle for the truth against the main stream media. here is andrew marcus. what is being, the entire
movie was done before he died. >> that's right. it was in the can before he passed. >> steve: it is great to see him again. and it is a beautiful tribute to his life. because there he is in one of the venues where he spoke and right there it was suggested back in the day with the main stream media that tea party people were racist. explain what you are seeing in capitol hill. >> you are seeing the can congressional black caucus. using race against the tea party. saying they used it 15 times by 15 people. an delew bretbark was smart enough to know it was to be on tape. he called them out with a $100,000 offer to show it
happened>> steve: no one could prove it. >> in media. if your mother said she loves you, check your sources but if a can can congressman said you used the n word take it as gospel. >> steve: he is in the edge. you don't are to go to the new york times and main stream media and now with the internet and twitter and everything else everybody is a journalist. he knew that. >> yes, the monopoly that used to be in the news room is gone. the path to publishing that media is ubit quious. 92 why did the left and media hate him so much. >> he was an expert of deconstructing the narrative of the left and he confronted them on it and he was so successful and that's why they hated him. he was a challenge to the
progressive move they hated the tea party . it is a method of delejet myselfing f. someone is supposed to be racist and bigoted. why would you listen to anything they say? >> steve: that's what the string of the left wing media would do. they would go you are a racist. >> it is not enough anymore to disagree. now adays you have to destroy your opponent it is a problem in our media and politic accident. >> steve: some people from the left are trying to destroy the right. if is a great movie. if you want to see what happened in the life of andrew bretbart. it opens mow. the president said having four dead americans in libya is not
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>> i would say you would admit it is not the optimal response to the american people as far as us being on the same page. >> this is what i will say. if four americans get kimed it is not optimal and we'll fix it >> brian: i am joined bia veteran and fowner of vets for america who helped to hunt down and capture saddam hussein hutted. >> not acceptable. that's what it should be. i know jon stewart used the words first and for him to say this is prefer annual and we can manage it. our representative in libbia -
libya is dead and those who perpetrated have not been held responsible. that is not the america we know. >> brian: we know that the guy who is accused of being involved with at the hotel abu kata was sipping mango juice said the libyan national army is chickens and he is proudly leading the militants. how unacceptable. >> we can't sit around and apologize for films. not since 1979 have we lost an ambassador. the man who wields the sword is the man. we are on dangerous ground in this situation. >> brian: you may not have seen the whole testimony. but the state department made it clear they watched the attack in real time and an emergency system kicked in and
these men were pleading for help. >> for hours and hours. it was clear early on it was a coordinated attempt and that means we have to find out more questions why susan rice is talking about protest and internet videos. there is a cover up and the worst part about this is always the cover up. if they called for help and people knew about it in real time someone has to pay. >> it is foolish to think that we would allow an ambassador in a country that came apart in the seams. >> brian: this has to be the place we are looking at . we have troops in italy that could have been scrambled to be there. >> if it was an eight hour coordinated attack with a handful of people fighting the coordinated. default action has to be
action for calling assets to support that american ambassador. >> you have a private firm for $750,000 from what wales that no one knows anything about. for those who say we didn't have the budget to protect them, we had the wrong guys. they had flash lights and baton. you are kicking off a we can do better tour. >> right now with the american veterans we can do better than we are. our national debt of 16 trillion has national security implication. it is the largest security threat. we owe that mon yewe have to pay it back. >> brian: ronald reagan built up our military and sent the soviets a message. >> it is mot just that our veterans claim log and
military voting that got worse and veteran's unemployment that is higher than the population. we can do better for veterans and the things we care about. >> we must do better. americans veterans can not come home and see the nation slip in the hands divisiveness and self indelgent. we need to rely on the veteran american people to solve america's problem. >> brian: you guys are used to solving problems and getting missions done. there is no fall back. and are you surprised with all of the segments of the society that has trouble getting jobs is the military. >> companies reach out and say we want to hire veterans lie home depo. >> brian: we talked to them yesterday. >> we know they will add value . the next generation of entrepreneur and leaders and politician they see them coming back and make sure they
can make it happen. >> if a veteran while uniform solve the nation's toughest tasks that they asked them. if they come home if a company asked what can you do? we ask what do you want us to do? >> brian: this is the tour bus you will be on. and one of you has the top bunk. >> it is an rv. >> we are cutting back. we have an rv. >> brian: where are you head where can we catch up. >> virginia and georgia and down to florida and ohio. 10-day blitwhere. we have the whole tour schedule there. and we would love to see people. we'll have vets on the bus all the way down. >> brian: we'll linkk it to "fox and friends". we'll talk to it more on radio and i love your message. >> thank you for having us.
>> brian: job. it is important for me to take recalleds toss to ally. >> you do that seamlessly . as you have discussed, she went on five different sunday shows to blame the terrorist attack in benghazi on a video. and when mike levine caught up with susan rice, she was at a loss for words. >> ambassador mike levine can you speak with us briefly. >> this is not an appropriate time. >> why not now. you have spoken before. will did you peek with the campaign before you went on the sunday show. >> please, thank you very much. >> the ambassador administration said the attack. >> steve: she should have stopped we could have learned a lot. brand new bomb explode nothing syria.
exploding in syria. rebels have been fighting the regime of assad for a year and a half. this picture putting it in perspective . more than 33,000 people have doid in the violence in syria. >> the beard must go. the army ruling that has an's beard can be forcibly shaved. hass an said it is for religious reasons. the victims are furious that the government has not ruled the attack as a terrorist attack. >> he got off and stepped in front. >> he yelled alla ahbar. and the attack is labeled as a workplace shooting. >> steve: eva longoria in hot
water over a tweet post. she retweeted a follower who had vulgar comments to make. i have no idea why any woman/minority to vote. you have to be stupid to race for a racist -- and then a word we can't say. we could but wouldn't be back tomorrow. longoria back tracked with saying she has problems with the twitter account but said she was sorry if she offended anybody. >> brian: we are not coming back tomorrow. steve, how unbelievable hasan has to shave his beard and khalid sheik mohammed can wear army vest. >> steve: one was a terrorist and the other wasn't.
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actor should stick to acting and stay away from politicings. >> brian: my vote for billy. >> steve: sales revenue of 2.6 billion banana republic is a global retail giant and imagine it started with $1500 and a military surplus jacket. it is true. mel and patricia zigler reveal how they built the empire in wild company. they join us this morning. good morning. >> so you had a great idea and $1500 in your pocket. we'll start a business. how did you pull this off? >> determination. >> we had to. >> steve: i understand, both of you used to work at a newspaper in san francisco . you came back from an assignment from australia. and you were wearing something . >> in australia, i am a child
of the 60s and i love surplus clothing and i was in a store in sydney and found an old british burma jacket and i wore it back to san francisco. she changed the button and added leather trim and i wore it everywhere. >> steve: that is priliant. >> and that was the beginning of banana republic. we ought to do something like and we went looking for them. we found spanish parra trooper x. took them to a local flea market and that was the beginning of banana republic. >> steve: we used to get it at our house. you did the pictures. >> i did the illustrations. >> it looked so exotic. >> steve: it seems much higher end than saying army surplus. but that's where it started. >> we remade the army surplus.
50 percent of our customers are women and 99 percent of the soldiers were men. we had to do alterations. >> steve: you come to the business and it start to take off a little bit. why? how? >> i think we found. >> steve: you had one store. how could it become a megabusiness. >> we had several lucky breaks. with journalist and which love our clothes. the relationship with hemmingway and struck a cord and our customers, they love the idea that they could dress judgedly. >> steve: i understand that you two at times, you love each other and like many other married couples, you are ready to kill each other. and what happened at the airport? >> are we saying this on live tv?
>> steve: why not. >> we were so angrow in houston and we decided to take separate planes. >> steve: and when you got. >> we made up. >> there was too much to do. >> we have been married 37 years. >> steve: congratulations. do you think you could start a business like banana republic today? >> it would be because of the kick starter and social media and internet f. you want to order something from banana republic you had to mark up the cot log and find an envelope and stamp and mailbox . now click. >> steve: and suddenly you have the safari jacket in your mailbox. after you left banana republic you started a new tea company. we have your tea at our house. and now you are workog something else and now it is a secret. we'll not p the hand it is
wild company. untold story of banana republic. find out how these two who left each other in the airport wound up creating a fantastic business. >> brian: excellent work steve, i can't wait to see you again. do you sleep on yourr back or side? coming up. it is so loud in the background. what your sleeping pattern says. >> steve: they don't know we are on. >> a little boy with down's syndrome lost in the woods 18 hours whompt saved him? four puppies did. a person who is here to tell us about it. ♪ ♪ how does it work? you just he to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans,
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>> this next story will tug at your heart stringings. the little boy lost in the woods saved by puppies. 10 year old kyle kemp has down syndrome and may not have survived the night if not for four puppies who kept him alive. he was found when 150 brave volunteers searched the woods. joins me is jamey sweeny. >> good morning. >> tuesday night you heard kyle sweeny was missing. what made you want to be part of the search? >> it was actually wednesday morning when i found out about it. one of my partners, that i own a restaurant and he's with me and he's on the rescue squad and said he had been out hunting for him and they were taking volunteers at 7:00.
we got our help up there and took off. you know, it is a small community, that's like you said 150 people and may have been more than that. >> that's what you do. and kyle as we mentioned has down syndrome. what did you think the chances were of finding him? >> honestly i didn't know. it was a large. it was a very large area and it was thick and it was briars and you know, in uation like that you just don't know. i was hoping we would find him, very pleased that we found him quick as we did the next morning. >> when you found him, describe the scene. >> well, i was about a mile and half behind their house. between a mile and a mile and a half. we are talking about a very thick woods, with you know, briars and he was down in a
creek. probably about three foot deep as far as the banks in the area he was at and the pupeps at the time he was with was up on the bank and he was standing in the water, looking up at me. >> let's talk about those pupeps. as we understand it. kyle had followed the puppis and how he got lost. how did the puppies keep him alive? >> well, you know, i am sure they played a big part in it. i would imagine that you know, they did help him. his daddy told me yesterday morning that kyle said they were sleeping on his neck and chest. and i imagine that was comfort for a little boy 10 years old in cold weather in the woods in the middle of the night. i am 35 years old.
i would be scared to death out in the woods with nothing, that played a part. >> they must have been a great solace and warmth . the mom of the pupeps - puppies was able to lead as well. james, thank you so much for coming on. >> thank you. >> coming up. imagine getting dumped and the next day your ex, wins $30 million bucks. remember what happened the last time shaq is here. he is back with a rematch and brian has been practicing, thank goodness. ♪ ♪
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>> ali: good morning, everyone. it's friday, october 19. i'm alisyn camerota in for gretchen. they shared a stage, meal and jokes. >> i was hoping the president would bring joe biden along this evening 'cause he'll laugh at anything. [ laughter ] >> ali: more zingers from romney and the president straight ahead. >> brian: i wonder how many grim aces beneath the smile. but the president's explanation with the terrorist attack in libya has no one laughing. >> if four americans get killed, it's not optimal and we're going to fix it. >> brian: jon stewart used the word optimal first. but is optimal the right word for the president to use? we report, you decide. >> steve: the last time shaquille o'neal was on the program it was not optimal for brian.
[ laughter ] >> steve: shaquille o'neal is back with a new dish for kilmeade. >> ali: he treats you like you're a mosquito. >> brian: i know. >> steve: he can squash him like a bug. >> brian: and he did. the thing is, it's raining now, so i don't get my rematch, which makes me sad. >> steve: that's already a little spin. "fox & friends," hour two for a wet friday starts right now. >> ali: brian that, is so funny. he's swatting you out of the way. >> brian: why is that funny. >> steve: he's flicking, not swatting. >> brian: i had my suit and tie on. i thought i had a shot because he's retired. i thought his game had gone away. >> ali: that's the strategy, right there. >> brian: you know what got me? >> ali: he swatted you out of the way again. >> brian: he had done coaching growing up.
he had the fundamentals down. >> steve: he's in the green room and ready for a rematch. >> brian: well, it's raining. >> ali: how convenient. >> brian: i know. >> ali: let's get to your headlines. the beard must go. u.s. army appeals ruling for major nidal malik hasan, the beard can forcibly be shaved. hasan says the beard is for religious reasons. the victim the and their families are furious the government still has not ruled the massacre a terrorist attack. they just released a video. >> he got u of me as i was signing soldiers in. >> started yelling out allah akbar. >> yelled allah akbar and started shooting. >> ali: the attack label add workplace shooting. >> brian: they yelled out allah akbar? >> steve: yes. >> ali: now mitt romney being backed for president. al gore used to work at the newspaper. the paper says, quote, the next
president must be the one with the best chance to get the crushing $16 trillion national debt under control, coupled with the immediate need of enabling a vibrant job market. it is because the economy is paramount that the tennessean endorses mitt romney for president. orlando sentinel, considered one of the most influential newspapers endorsing romney. promising news this morning. we've just learned that the teen activist shot by the taliban on her way home from school is making significant progress. >> steve: that's good. >> ali: doctors at a hospital in england announcing that 15-year-old malala was just able to stand up for the first time. she is communicating by writing notes. we'll keep you posted on that important story. how you sleep may hold the secret to figuring out your personality. british body language expert breaking down the top sleeping positions. if you sleep in the fetal position, it means you're a worrier. >> steve: i knew!
>> ali: log position sleepers tend to be bossy, brian. >> brian: that's log? >> ali: and if you're a yearner, it means you want more out of life. >> brian: looked like a diver. >> ali: you're willing to go out and get it. and freefallers, as they're called, feel anxious and think they have no control over what happens in life. >> steve: does she knows she's on television right now? >> brian: here is my problem, i don't know how i sleep. i have to sleep around -- >> steve: you have to sleep around? >> brian: and have someone witness how i sleep in order to fully label myself. >> ali: hobbit your wife? >> brian: that's good idea. you have very good ideas. last night there was a dinner that ali went to once and we've never been to. >> steve: i've actually been to it before. 67th an alfred e. smith dinner, 1600 people there. they raised $5 million for catholic charities and things like that. the president of the united states was there, mitt romney was there as well. what this is this is a chance for people to hear them be
comedians for one night. it turns out to be a roast not only of their opponent, but of themselves as well. here is the president of the united states last night, four blocks from here. >> some of you may have noticed i had a lot more energy in our second debate. i was really well rested after the nice long nap i had in the first debate. [ laughter ] i particularly want to apologize to chris matthews. four years ago i gave him a thrill up his leg. this time around i gave him a stroke. of course, there is a lot of things i learned from that experience. for example, i learned that there are worst things that can happen to you on your anniversary than forgetting to buy a gift. [ laughter ] of course, the economy is on everybody's minds. the unemployment rate is at its lowest level since i took office. i don't have a joke here. i just thought it would be useful to remind everybody.
the unemployment rate is the lowest it's been since i took office. ultimately tonight not about the disagreements governor romney and i may have. it's what we have in common, beginning with our unusual names. actually mitt is his middle name. i wish i could use my middle name. >> ali: great timing. wait until you see the governor. they both had great timing and it is really nice for one night to put aside the vitriol and have them joke. let's listen to governor romney. >> i was actually hoping the president would bring joe biden along this evening 'cause he'll laugh at anything. [ laughter ] don't be surprised if the president mentions this evening the monthly jobs report where there was a slight improvement in the numbers. he knows how to seize the moment, this president, and already has a compelling new campaign slogan. you're better off now than you were four weeks ago.
people seem to be very curious as to how we prepare for the debates. let me tell you what i do. first, refrain from alcohol for 65 years before the debate. [ laughter ] second, find the biggest available straw man and then just mercily attack it. big bird didn't even see it coming. [ laughter ] by the way, in the spirit of sesame street, the president's remarks tonight are brought to you by the letter 0 and the number 16 trillion. i never suggest that the press is biased. i recognize they have their job to do and i have my job to do. my job is to lay out a positive vision for the future of the country and their job is to make sure no one else finds out about it. i've already seen early reports from tonight's dinner. headlines, obama embraced by catholics. romney die -- dines with rich people. >> steve: joining us for an instant review are entertainment
reporter bret baier. good morning to you. >> oh, gosh, good morning. that was good stuff. >> steve: it's nice to see them laughing with each other rather than sticking daggers in each other's back. >> really is. of course, it will just be a few days and we'll be down in boca raton, florida fellow and it won't be that congenial. but it was good to see. they were pretty good jokes. >> brian: answer ali's question. she wants to know who itly. do they get along like they did last night or not get along like -- >> ali: i get confused when they put aside all the acountry phony, because it means they're capable of doing it, so why don't they take a page from this a little bit more? >> they're politicians. they can do it. they can have appearances of it. but i think that inside, at least if you believe the internal aides, there is a lot
of angst about each other. and maybe some personal stuff inside about each other. >> steve: we've read that the president does not like mitt romney. >> ali: and vice-versa. >> steve: yeah. >> whether that's true or not, you didn't see it last night. that was good thing, at least for a night. >> steve: before the event there at the wail torch, the president of the united states went over to sit down for a hard hitting interview with jon stewart at the daily show and actual lea not that many laughs on the show. they did -- it was mainly serious, or more serious than normal. a lot of whooping and hollering at the beginning. at one point, jon stewart had used, first of all, the word optimal, but the president says the deaths of our ambassador and three others not optimal. dollar lot of people who now this morning are saying not optimal? that is an embarrassing word for the president of the united states to use. >> yeah. here is the question: they had been through -- stewart asked a couple of things about benghazi
and he had now gotten to the point where he was saying, was there a disconnect between the communication -- the communication between, for example, the intelligence community and susan rice? and stewart says, i would say even you would admit it was not the optimal response, at least to the american people as far as all of us being on the same page. and the president says, here is what i will say, if four americans get killed, it's not optimal. and we're going to fix it, all of it. now, immediately a lot of people went to twitter and said, what is this? you know, there was a lot of outrage. and then members of the press said, but stewart used his optimal in the question, so of course the president would phrase it that way. the problem is that just the use of that phrase with the four americans dead is a tough thing and it's -- it's tough to even
hear in the context of this time. the tougher phrase perhaps from that interview is every piece of information that we got, as we got it, we laid it out for the american people and the picture will eventually get fully filled in. that's just not the fact. >> steve: it's not. >> brian: it plays in also when he said bumps in the road when it came to the attacks. optimal, bumps in the road, a bit of a pattern there. you have a special tonight at which time you answer some questions and you sit down with lieutenant colonel wood and it turns out there is a picture being drawn here. were they able to watch this whole thing unfold in real time at the state department? >> yes. and we're going to -- this special is really something. we've worked on it -- obviously it's been a crash to get it all done and we're still working on it as we speak. we think we're going to get new documents today that may even tell us more about c.i.a.
station cables that said they thought it was islamic terrorism within 24 hours, something i reported on september 19, if you remember, within 24 hours, the intelligence community knew that it was islamic terrorists. but this hour goes into that. lieutenant colonel wood, all the warnings he put forward, and the state department, sheryl lamb, is monitoring this thing real time once it's happening, talking to the people on the ground in the operations center and the attack goes a lot longer than people think it went. >> ali: that's interesting. and we should remind people the lieutenant colonel andrew wood was one of the top security people on the ground there in libya and he was one of the people who had asked for more resources and more back up there. let's listen to a clip of you sitting down with lieutenant colonel wood. >> why do you think this request is denied? >> i don't know. i really don't know.
>> money? >> i don't know why. i can't imagine why. i can't fill in that blank. i think there are -- those that do know and i think that's part of what was trying to come out in the congressional investigation. >> steve: one thing you can be for sure, bret, is benghazi will be big monday night in boca, the third and final presidential debate where the topic is foreign affairs. >> of course. it will dominate and may be the first question. it president-elect obama will. probably dominate the first section of the debate. and it could be a big point in this election. >> brian: everyone knows after the last debate about benghaziers that maybe it wasn't tapped in. i cannot wait to see your special, airs 10:00 o'clock tonight. thanks so much. >> see y'all. >> ali: a teacher leaving a topless photo of herself for her students to see. she was fired, right? no. the students were suspended. >> steve: of course. then the. >> brian: the president may have
won the post-date polls, but is he losing his likeability. >> steve: they're pretty likeable. >> brian: i like them, yes wooohooo....hahaahahaha! oh...there you go. wooohooo....hahaahahaha! i'm gonna stand up to her!
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>> steve: he's facing intense pressure to win tuesday use debate. the president took a decidedly more aggressive? your face approach. >> in the last four years, you cut permits and licenses on federal land and federal waters in half. >> not true, governor romney. i don't think so. i want to make sure our time keepers are working. >> the chinese investments and so forth. >> candy, hold on a second. >> you know, mr. president, i'm still speaking. >> steve: but did that performance by mr. interrupter coupled with the negative campaign that the president has been running cause his popularity to take a hit? a recent poll shows the president's likeability is down six points of september, an indication he's losing ground in the one place he's always had an
advantage. our political panel joins us to weigh in right now. wayne rogers is the chairman of the investment strategies firm, win m. rogers and company. bernard is a former pollster and author, and erin klein is a radio talk show host and author of "fool me twice, obama's shocking plans for four more years exposed." erin, you say you feel that this new more adepressive president is making him less likeable. >> i do. i don't think it's because of his aggressive tactics. i think it's because his divisive tactics. we're talking about class warfare. talk being gender warfare, the claim of a war on women. and just this tactic that i think is being deployed by obama deliberately and that is calling the other side liars is kind of smearing the other side as dishonest while the american people is seeing through this and taking a toll on his likeability. >> steve: i was talking to some
friends after the second debate where there was a lot of interrupting and they said, we saw mitt romney push back hard during the republican primary, but we've never seen president obama push back so sharply, and they felt he wasn't as likeable. >> i don't believe that. i think it's about time the president did push back. the only person in this debate that is engaging in dallas class warfare is mitt romney who divides the country. the truth is that thompson reuters poll shows that obama has a 22 point -- >> steve: why is the president of the united states losing right now in the national gallup poll by 7? >> i think the key polls will be two fold. one, the poll on election day and the battle ground states. the battle ground states, all the important ones had the president ahead. i think he's going to make up points from his second debate and go on it win. >> steve: wayne? >> i don't think that. i see -- when you have these instant polls right after some event or something like that, for example, last night, you know, at the dinner where both
of them were comedic as it were, they're going to both be likeable. these things pass very quickly, you know. after the first debate, of course mitt romney, you know. the terrible part about it is people think of these things as sporting convenience. somebody won or somebody lost. it's crazy. >> steve: do people vote for president based on likeability? >> i think there are some who do, yes. >> they do base more on trust. familiarity does lead to trust c. is why i think the president wins. >> steve: all right. then is going to be what the pam is talking about next. speaking of trust, new poll says small businesses are bummed out by the election and more skeptical than ever before. so which candidate canhey trust to help them get america back to work? then, imagine getting dumped and the next day your ex wins $30 million? does the ex-girlfriend deserve a
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mega millions and what timing. his girlfriend dumped him the day before. how is that for pay back? no word if he'll share with her at all. steve? >> steve: i bet she wants to get back together with him real fast. maybe. small business owners are the biggest drivers of the economy, employing half of the private sector work force. so it's not surprising that both candidates made a play for these job creators during the last debate. >> i want to help small businesses grow and thrive. i know how to make that happen. >> i said i would cut taxes for small businesses who are the drivers and engines of growth and we've cut them 18 times. >> that's why everything i'll do is designed to help small businesses grow and add jobs. >> steve: but despite the rhetoric, disowners are bummed about what the future holds as 77% believe their taxes will increase next year and because of that, 67% say they don't plan on hiring anybody next year. that doesn't help unemployment.
so which candidate can restore their confidence? back with our political panel today, wayne rogers, you're in the business world. why are so many people bummed out? >> i don't think it's just that. the administration talks about helping small business. they not only have 50% of the employment, they create 80% of the new jobs in the market. the administration policies have restricted small business. they have helped big business in everything the administration does goes to foster big business. we have four banks in the united states that control over 55% of the banking aspect. >> steve: too big to fail. >> too big to exist. not too big to fail. too big to exist. so a small bank, where the borrower, lender relationship is destroyed because of the decision that's made somewhere up in washington instead of the guy who is right there in the community who knows the community, who is doing that. >> steve: they just don't have confidence about things are going to get better. >> it's nuts. it's very bad policy. the more you remove it from the
local place where it's supposed to be doing a good thing, the worst it gets 'cause the federal government knows nothing about it. they're blind to that. >> steve: all right. bernard? >> i got a news flash for small business owners and i'm one of them. the torchson reuters poll said consumer confidence skyrocketed. my message is, get with the program. look where your customers are, your customers are feeling better about the economy and with good reason. job creation is up, and housing is up. the president as i write about in my book, one of the reasons is he cut taxes for small businesses 18 times and helped infuse capital, tax cuts -- >> steve: they already expired and only temporary. i know it's your job -- >> romney wants to repeal obamacare which would force a tax hike on small businesses. >> steve: unfortunately, obamacare is going to force a lot of businesses into turning
full-time employees into temporary employees so they don't have to pay them. >> yeah, if obamacare is so good, why isn't president obama running on that platform? i have a news flash for bernard because i go through obama's second term plans, which will be devastating for small businesses. we're talking about new economic patriotism which he hasn't explained, paycheck fairness where he can tell small businesses basically the price of -- how they should hire people. second term stimulus, including possibly a green stimulus and more government-run jobs program. it's not good for small businesses. >> steve: split panel decision. not surprising. that's the way it always works. you get both sides fair and balanced. wayne and bernard and aaron. >> by the way, happy birthday. >> steve: thank you very much. no gifts? >> mine's in the other room. >> steve: good one. meanwhile, straight ahead, vice president joe biden coming up with a new scare tactic. the republicans want to shoot
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>> ali: welcome back, everyone. today is the very special day here at "fox & friends." it is steve doocy's birthday. >> steve: yes indeed. >> ali: we have another special caller on the line for you. >> brian: i love the 1970s phone you're using. >> steve: i do, too. 50s. is mary doocy there? >> hi. i'm here. >> ali: hi, mary. >> steve: is that mary doocy, my daughter at villanova law school? >> yes, i'm here calling from law school. >> steve: when was the last time you were up at 7:30 in the morning? >> only for you, dad. ohm for you. >> steve: thank you, sweetheart. >> brian: do you have something to say to your dad that maybe save awe phone call for later on? >> i just wanted to wish awe very happy birthday and i'm sorry that i can't be there for the actual day, but you're a
great dad and you deserve to have the best birthday ever. >> steve: how great is that? i got me some good kids. look at that. look at peter doocy. >> ali: towering over the rest of the family. mary, what's your dad's favorite dinner? what's he going to have on the menu tonight? >> brian: i think pot roast. >> steve: brian is right. >> brian is right. pot roast and german chocolate cake. >> steve: that's exactly it! brian, you're like part of the family. >> brian: i am. i have to find a place to have that cake. >> ali: mary, great to hear from you. >> brian: mary, this is a great call for you because law school is not cheap. if you keep making those calls, those checks keep coming in. >> steve: all right, honey. thank you very much for calling. now go study torts. okay? >> happy birthday. going to go study now. >> steve: thank you. >> ali: that was nice. >> steve: that was nice. i got nice kids.
>> ali: let's get to your headlines. tell you what else is happening. a race that could decide who controls the senate that could decide the election. the race for ohio senate seat turning personal in a no holds barred debate. >> senator, you are a liar. you were lying to the people of the state of ohio. you're falsely attacking me and i won't stand for it. you might want to try to push people around in washington, but you're not going to push me around. >> it's a p pretty remarkable thing for a young man to say or man of any age to say. i don't need a lecture from somebody who can't wait to get to the next job and run for higher office and continue to try to move up the ladder. >> ali: well, recent polls show brown ahead at this point by single digits. >> brian: remember when vice president biden made the offensive comments trying to scare voters about republicans? >> romney wants to let -- he said in the first 100 days, he's going to let the big banks write their own rules. unchained wall street.
he is gonna put y'all back in chains. >> brian: he's at it again. listen. >> think about what they really -- they're not bad men. they're decent men, they're good father, they're good husbands. but i don't understand how they believe in -- they do believe ryan has written a book called "the young guns" with two other fellows, members of the house. no. these are the republican leaders in the house. you had, unfortunately, the bullets were aimed at you. >> brian: the vice president also claimed -- painful. >> brian: also claimed mitt romney and paul ryan are trying to divide the country. >> steve: with the giant cleaver like this. >> brian: with guns. >> steve: meanwhile, two students at an indiana middle school suspended and two others also being punished after -- brian, you want to go talk to them? >> brian: i was already up. >> steve: the kids were punished after they came across a topless photo of their teacher. they say they asked their
teacher permission to use her school issued ipad. when they turned it on, a picture popped up showing her with no top on. she apparently had it sinked with her personal device, a personal device, but while 13-year-old joshua trout can't come to school, the teacher has not been fired. >> we could have left it on there and showed everybody of it in the school and made her embarrassed, but we didn't. we went and told them. >> i didn't understand why he was being punished for it when all did he was see it. >> steve: it's a school device come oven the superintendent there said the students violated the technology policy. joshua's mother plans to appeal the suspension. >> ali: coming up on "fox & friends," we will talk to shaquille o'neal. i've seen him. but can you believe one man wears a shoe bigger than even shaq? at 7' 8, the man wear has size
24 shoe. what's your size, shaq? shaq is only 22. >> do me a favor, contact this guy tell him if he needs shows, i've got them. >> ali: el like that offer. the tallest man has undergone 16-foot surgeries in six years. thanks to reebok, he has a $2,525,000 custom pair for his comfort. he initially raised the money on facebook. but rearer bach decided to dine one for him. >> steve: who is that tall guy with you? >> brian: i have no idea. he has one of the most memorable classics in the -- classic tv comedy, "seinfeld." remember the superman? >> excuse me, i think you forgot my bread. >> bread? two dollars extra. >> two dollars? everyone in front of me got free bread. >> you want bread? >> yes, please. >> three dollars! nothing for
>> brian: that's a fictitious guy for television. the original soup man teaming up with shaquille o'neal. he's here with the company's chairman of the board, tim. great to see you. >> thank you. >> brian: shaq, always great to see you in person. i thought you were the number -- the number within thing was going to be basketball. but you're an entrepreneur at heart. tell me how you two got together. >> friend of mine in boston who was the team doctor, brian, was sick one time and brought me some soup. the soup he brought me was a lobster bisque. when i tell you it has all these chunks of lobster in it, i was like wow, where did you get it? i flew down there and we dolphed a partnership. i really have a passion for starting up kids nutrition programs. so we're in all the new york city public schools. we're in over 3,000 stores and no soup for you, though. >> brian: come on. get off that. tim, the amazing thin is he didn't want to endorse these. he said make me a partner. so why was it okay? why is that a good move? >> you know, i think you can
kind of glance in concepts or really get engaged and involved. i think this concept has great soul. you're taking the great legendary soups of new york, the soul of new yorks that got zagat ratings, the highest, better than almost any restaurant, and then you're putting them in new packaging that's state of the art packaging. most soups are cooked in cans and metal. this is what's superior. >> brian: will you make this on a saturday or sunday l you help mix it up and package it up or you don't do stuff? >> i don't do that. i make it at my house all the time. >> brian: when the butler is sick? come on. this is real lobster. >> that's right. >> brian: it smells like a lobster. i can smell the fisherman that caught it. >> lobster bisque, the bean soup, shackaroni and cheese. >> brian: if he wants it to be shackhas roni, what are you going to say?
not only do you run into retirement, now you're in the movies and grownups 2. now a broadcaster. the one blotch on your record is that you are unable to control me one on one. did you hear about this, tim? >> i heard. >> brian: so here action give me the ball a second. all right. that's what happened last time. listen, i've elevated my game. i've gotten in soles now. i've gotten additional arch support and i would like to drive on you right now. tim, get out of the way. >> i'm out of this. >> brian: so make believe there is a basket right above your head. the ball comes in. jeremy lin saying he would pass the ball. pass it in. there you go. [ laughter ] hey, we just broke the studio. congratulations. you picked a great partner. i look forward to seeing you in
the nba season. >> steve: so long. >> brian: what's the chance of us hanging out? >> whenever you like. >> brian: whenever i like? take it away. i'm going to hang out with my new friend. >> steve: how long will that last? >> ali: just like a mosquito. >> steve: meanwhile, straight ahead on our friday telecast, four americans murdered in that terrorist attack in libya and the president goes on comedy central to say that it wasn't optimal? john mccain's reaction comes up next. you can just about guess what he's going to say [ female announcer ] she did a full day at the office, went home and fed her family. now she's helping her community. no wonder it's hard to focus on her own needs. but she's got one a day women's, a complete multivitamin with key nutrients women may need all in one pill. because our focus is you.
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people. >> here is what i'll say. >> yeah? >> if four americans get killed, it's not optimal. >> right. >> we're going to fix it. and -- all of it. and what happens during the course of a presidency is that the government is a big operation. at any given time, something screws up and you make sure that you find out what's broken and you fix it. >> brian: joining us now with his reaction, arizona senator john mccain. you're shaking your head. why? >> well, the optimal line, of course, is very regrettable and makes me a little sad. but for him to say that every piece of information that they got they laid out for the american people is one of the most disingenuous statements i've ever heard. we now see a piece story this morning that the station chief in libya relayed within 24 hours the assessment that it was a terrorist attack, al-qaeda
affiliated. and then five days afterwards, the white house sends out our u.n. ambassador on every one of the talk shows on sunday to say that it was a spontaneous demonstration. the president continued to say that for days afterwards and by the way, you know, you really don't have to be a c.i.a. analyst or a station chief to know an attack with mortars, rocket propelled grenades, lasted for eight hours is not a spontaneous demonstration. frankly, i could see that myself in the -- as soon as the reports came in and the video came in. so there is two real aspects of this we need to look at. one is the events leading up to the attack and the intelligence figures there, and then what clearly is either a cover-up or is gross imcompetence following it. it's leading up to it, the
consulate was attacked in april and in june. the british embassy was attacked, ambassador was attacked. red cross left. the british left. as lieutenant colonel wood said, we were the last flag in benghazi and it was inevitable in his view, there would be an attack. what did the president know -- yes? go what did the president know and why didn't he take action before it? i don't expect him to know about 16 people moved back and forth, but i expect him to know about the deteriorating situation there. that's the events before. >> steve: you would expect people at the top or near the top would know that the people on the ground in libya, before the attack, were saying, hey, we're naked here. we need more protection. >> yes. and maybe that particular request didn't get all the way to the president's desk. but the deteriorating situation there, the obvious that previous attacks in april and june, the total lack of the influx of
al-qaeda affiliated people, the president should have known about that. then afterwards, of course, to say that the president -- well, when he talked about the terrorist attack in the rose garden, clear leaves not referring to that attack. but leave that aside. why did he go on "the view"? why did he go on letterman and these other shows saying that we don't know. we don't know yet. of course we knew. of course we knew. and it is really an unacceptable situation and we need to have the information that -- the american people need the information about this and it's clear that there is a lot more layers to this onion. >> steve: absolutely. and tonight at 10:00 o'clock right here on the fox news channel, bret baier is going to try to connect as many dots as possible and also we've got that new news that you broke a moment ago that the c.i.a. chief in libya reported that within 24 hours, they knew it was not a spontaneous attack.
we've got lots to talk about. all right. senator, we thank you so much for joining us. >> i'm going to have a plate of shaqaroni. [ laughter ] >> brian: it's soup! you can have a bowl, senator. thanks so much for joining us this morning. coming up on this show, they're putting politics before cancer. thousands of people boycotting the world's largest and best funded breast cancer foundation because an executive didn't want to donate to planned parenthood. that executive is here next. >> steve: first, on this day in history back in 1985, the number one song was "take me on" by aha. i remember this. i love the cartoon part [ male announcer ] how do you make america's favorite recipes? just begin with america's favorite soups. bring out chicken broccoli alfredo.
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>> ali: susan g. komen foundation, one of the most well-known breast cancer charities has seen a drop in nearly $4 million in donations this year. is it because of the controversy earlier this year when they decided to not continue its funding for planned parenthood. then reverse course? our next guest was ousted as a top executive during that controversy and says it is absolutely connected to their loss now in money. joining us now is the author of planned bullihood, karen handle. good morning, karen. >> good morning. >> ali: so the numbers are pretty striking. this year the annual susan g. komen walk to fight breast cancer raised $3.8 million. that's impresssive. but it's nothing compared to what has been seen in previous years. last year it was $7 million. so why have we soon this significant drop, do you think? >> a couple of things. first, let's keep in mind when
komen decided against doing the planned parenthood grant, contributions were up significantly over those three days. when the organization reversed, i think there was so much attention and so many more people know about the planned parenthood grant that you're seeing an impact there. secondly, i don't think that we can discount the economic factors here. let's keep in mind that for this particular event, the komen 3 day, individual has to raise $2,300 even to participate. that's a really heavy lift in this economic climate. >> ali: sure. but let's remember that last year when the recession was also in full swing, certainly as much as this year, susan g. komen did raise 7 million. so it seems as though the controversy over what susan g. comb houston done with planned parenthood has taken its toll. >> i don't think anybody is disputing that. what i'm saying is i think it's a combination of things. komen had for some time really been instance slated from --
insulated from the economic down turn and no organization is going to be immune from that for forever and i think we're starting to see that. but secondly, when it comes to planned parenthood, the organization made a very sound business decision not to continue with grants that were deemed to be low quality grants and then in reversing a common sense decision in the best interest of women and bowing to the political pressure from planned parenthood, i think that raised a lot of questions for people. >> ali: by the way, there was so much misinformation and confusion about susan g. komen versus planned parenthood, particularly on the planned parenthood front. even just this past debate, tuesday night, where president obama once again said planned parenthood offers mammograms when, in fact, that's not really what they do. >> planned parenthood does not do mammograms. they are a middle woman, if you will, and the president had his information incorrect. but what i find interesting is that this continues to be a lie that planned parenthood wants to
advance. they're spending close to $5 million in campaign ads just to go against mitt romney and promote barak obama and it's backlashing on them. women are turning to romney in >> ali: karen handle, the book is called "planned bullihood." thanks for coming in. up next, geraldo rivera, the top of the hour. follow the wings. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy?
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has nobody laughing. >> if four americans get killed, it's not optimal and we're going to fix it. >> steve: it's not optimal. was that the best word to use? we're going to report and you will decide. >> brian: he was a bait dog used, abused and left for dead. earlier this year we told you folks -- told but folks that found joey and their effort to save his life. today we've got major news about joey and he'll be here live to share it. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> ali: good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us. we have a lot to get to in this hour. once again, happy birthday. >> steve: thank you very much. we were visited by royalty during your segment with shaquille o'neal. tim gannon, the soup guy, ceo, he invented when he was at outback, the blooming onion.
>> brian: but he wants people to like him fors who. not what he invented, so i don't bring it up. >> steve: you can hear geraldo, he's coming up next. >> ali: we want to get to your headlines. at this hour, because the beard must go. a u.s. army appeals court ruled that accused fort hood shooter major nidal malik hasan's beard can be forcibly shaved. he says the beard is for religious reasons. the victims of the shooting and their families are furious that the government still has not ruled this massacre a terrorist attack. so they just reloosed this video >> step in front of me as i was signing soldiers in. >> started yelling at allah akbar. >> yelled, allah akbar. >> ali: the attack is still label add workplace shooting. the tennessean, that's the newspaper endorsed every single democratic presidential candidate since 1972. it is now backing republican mitt romney for president. al gore even used to work here. the paper says, quote, it's
because the economy is parament that the tennessean endorses mitt romney for president. and the orlando sentinel considered one of the most influential newspapers also endorsing romney. promising news, we just learned that teen activist shot by the taliban on her way home from school is making significant progress. doctors at a hospital in england are now announcing that 15-year-old malala was just able to stand up for the first time, as she is communicating by writing notes. they say the bullet grazed the edge of her brain and if it were just a couple of inches over, probably millimeters, she mostly would never have survived. lots of talk this morning about president obama and mitt romney putting their differences aside in new york city last night. they both attended the alfred smith dinner. the new york archdiocese's annual event for catholic charities. timothy cardinal dolan recognizing two other men coming together under the same roof.
>> only this dinner could bring together two men of the same calling who disagree on almost everything, both of whom think they are the world's experts on everything, who don't usually even like being in the same room together. roger ails and chris matthews. [ laughter ] >> ali: roger ails, of course, is the chairman of the fox news channel. chris matthews the host msnbc. peter johnson, jr. will be on hand to share more about that very special dinner. >> steve: let's bring in geraldo rivera. >> good morning. >> steve: we got break news this morning. apparently the associated press is reporting that the c.i.a. chief in libya reported to washington that within 24 hours, they knew that the attack was not spontaneous. so the administration went on for, what, two weeks with susan rice, jay carney, even the
president saying hey, it was a video. we know it's not true. >> i put together my own likely scenario. remember i spent a week in combat with the militias. i do not believe that the libyan militias are capable. i did not see them and reported at the time that they were absolutely incapable of a planned coordinated assault. here is what i think happened and i think jives with both the detractors of the administration and some of the supporters of the administration. remember, and i hate to go back to the -- i know it raises hackles who believe the film is being used by the administration. bear with me. the film goes by on the 8th and 9th of september. we know that by the early -- on the 11th of september, september 11, in cairo, the embassy is overrun by the mob. >> steve: that was before libya attack. >> before the libya attack. i think at that point this fellow, the guy who runs the ansar sharia militia, gets the
inspiration, okay. let's take out those sobs. they have insulted the prophet by this film. now is the time. let's do it. abdul, you take it from the left. mohammed, you take it from the right. i'll go down the center with our militia. they are heavily armed armed wih mortars and all the rest. they attack. i think it's gratuitous that the ambassador is there, or maybe that might have add to do their incentive and inspiration to do it. they attack and then as the process goes on, someone says, abdul says to mohammed, what about the c.i.a. annex we all know about because all libyans work there? let's get them, too. i think that -- so i believe that a, it was related to the attack. b, it was planned day of, several hours and i think katherine herrage and the "new york times" reporting both confirm that. several hours to plan what was a rudimentary attack on three fronts, and so i think that what happened is the administration then tries to put the best face
on it because there was -- >> steve: they put a political face on it. >> there was a security failure, intelligence failure in terms of how -- just how voraciously they were and how anti-american they were. >> ali: here is the problem. >> and a pr cover-up. >> ali: your snare row rings true, but here is the problem with it. perhaps they were opportunist. however, there was no protest in benghazi. and that's where the administration went wrong. there were protests in cairo, but not benghazi, we now know, and they knew that, too. >> steve: before you talk, keep in mind there were gigantic attacks in june, in april, there at the consulate. >> not gigantic. >> steve: there was the wall was blown -- had a great big hole blown through it. i think 40 people went through it. they should have seen the writing on the wall that eventually got blown up. >> true. we don't forgive the administration for their lack of security -- >> steve: those guys might be alive today. >> we don't forgive them for the
failure of intelligence. i just point out for the record that it wasn't chest thumping about bin laden that inspired. maybe that was brewing in the background. maybe that set the climate, but it was specifically, i believe, logical now to assume it was the film that then inspired several hours of rudimentary military planning that resulted in an attack that was not in a polian. >> brian: we have the scenario. nothing begun on. we find out the state department was able to, in almost real time, view these exact events. it happened at 9:30, then 10:00 o'clock. this goes on and these guys might have been -- >> brian, i agree with you. >> brian: you know the series. >> i agree with you. >> brian: you know the globe. you know -- >> i know that city more importantly and i know those militias more importantly. >> brian: you know -- by the way, in italy, they could have scrambled people in a five hour attack to get involved. >> by then -- i believe that they were truly -- they didn't -- because of the
film-related violence elsewhere in the islamic world, they didn't know themselves what exactly was happening in benghazi. >> brian: he was begging for 15 people to stay there prior and then he was begging for help. it looks like the way this is coming together, they just let these guys be sacrificed and not showing reinstance forcements. >> the attack happened at 93:40 at night. it's black night. it's easy by the retrospect of a month to say they should have, they could have. but in the context of the violence and the larger muslim world, it was, i think, easy for them to assume and then because it fit their political narrative as steve suggests, they just we want with it. >> ali: we need to get to you weigh in on this. the "new york times" is reporting today that their reporters, the "new york times," have found the person, the suspect in benghazi. >> steve: at a hotel. >> ali: at a cafe, having coffee, in public, hiding in
plain sight. why can't the f.b.i. get him? >> well, i think that it ain't over yet, alisyn. i believe he will be gotten. but i think it's more than him. i think -- believe me, nobody wants to take out this guy more than president obama prior to the election. why? because it works, aside from the fact he pledge to do get the people that got us, it will help his reelection effort. he wants to do it. but you don't want to go -- what if katalla has 15 or 18 associates? do you really want that one arrogant militia leader? i think you want them all. what i'm suggesting is we believe that there was some political disassembling going on of the. >> steve: cover-up. >> we believe that susan rice went out there and said things, she spun it as the way she thought would politically favor the obama administration. but i also believe that there was some substance in the administration's position, i think that reasonable people can conclude that there was a
essential innocence initially and what happened later became political. >> steve: bret baier is going to try to connect the dots as we know before. it airs at 10 p.m i'm sure you'll be tuned in. >> aisle be tuned in. wasn't that fun last night? >> brian: don't move. another member of the ducey family, who you might have met reportedly, wants to say happy birthday to their -- >> ali: we have a caller. please identify yourself, caller. >> steve: hello? >> hello, everyone. it's sally doocy call to go wish her dad a very happy birthday. >> steve: sally, my little baby. how are you doing, sally? >> i'm doing good. i'm hoping that you're having a wonderful day. >> steve: so far, so good. when was the last time you, in college, actually got up at 7:11 your time in texas? >> well, last week was mid terms week. >> steve: answer the question. [ laughter ] >> brian: was it good to see
uncle geraldo, too? >> he has such a beautiful family. i so admire the doocys and it's clear these parents are excellent, excellent parents. these children were raised so well and grew up so nice. >> steve: that is so nice of to you say. >> ali: you don't have a bad apple in the bunch. >> you really don't. >> brian: little resentment from geraldo. [ laughter ] >> why couldn't this happy to me i've got five great kids. one of them, ah. >> steve: sally, thank you very much. do you have class today? >> i do. i have three classes today. >> brian: take them off. it's your dad's birthday. >> steve: all right. sally, thank you very much for getting up early and running up the phone bill. happy birthday, dad. >> brian: would you hug him? >> steve: was that kiss? >> i nibble on the back of your ear. >> brian: oh, my goodness!
[ laughter ] >> steve: thank you. >> ali: romance happening over here. >> brian: i never heard the control room so quiet. they just don't know what to say. how do you wrap geraldo when he's making out with steve? [ laughter ] >> ali: great to see you. obviously we have more to say because ambassador rice had a lot to say on five different sunday shows. why was she, though, so quiet when fox news caught up with her? >> steve: then, can you trust the polls this close to the election? dr. larry stab, to the man who predicted correctly every presidential race, joins us live shortly no, no, no, stop! humans -- one day, we're coming up with the theory of relativity, the next... stop, stop, stop! my car! not so much. but that's okay.
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one day after., )q debate 2 hast romney with a seven-point lead over the president among most likely voters. rasmussen's latest poll closer. romney still leads, but by two points. how do you explain this? dr. larry sabato does this for a living. he joins us now on the road in that important state of virginia. dr. sabato, what do you go by? >> well, i'm really disappointed, brian, that you didn't discuss the more important numbers. not the poll numbers, they're steve doocy's actual age, which we're still waiting to hear. i hope we're going to hear that later in the show. >> brian: we're waiting on more polls to weigh in and then finally have a tally. >> then we'll is a polling average on his age. >> brian: right. >> steve: larry, brian had the best answer for my age. go ahead, brian. >> brian: i was saying gallup, 61 and rasmussen had him at 55.
>> at this point, i'm going to take rasmussen. just to make steve feel better. >> thank you. >> brian: can i talk to dr. sabato for a second? >> steve: yes, go ahead. >> steve, would you please stop interrupting. i know it's your birthday. look, on the polling numbers, first of all, look at the averages. it's really important to look at the averages. every poll is wrong some of the time for statistical reasons only. that's why we look at averages. i would say on the whole, rasmussen is closer to the mark here than gallup is. the reason i say that is that individual state polls in the key states really contradict gallup because they would have very different results if, in fact, romney was leading by seven points. don't get me wrong. the trend has been to romney. on our own electoral college map, we've got florida solidly in romney's camp. we've got north carolina solidly in romney's camp. virginia, which was leaning to obama is a toss-up and if you
made me call it today, i'd give a slight edge to romney. what does that mean? it means obama may not carry any southern states. so look, the trend is obvious. but you can argue about the numbers, look at the polling averages. >> brian: you say the significant thing is for the first time since we've been doing this, president obama is under 270. the other significant thing is we don't have a clear look at the impact of debate number two, do we? >> no. it takes days for this to work through the tracking polls. it is frustrating for those of us who like instant answers. but it's going to take a full seven days to really plot out what effect, if any, the second debate had. let's remember, historically, the first debate has the most impact. and we saw what that impact was and it was historically high. >> brian: dr. sabato, as soon as we got that, we'll be in the middle of debate number 3 on foreign policy and the unfolding information coming through benghazi could throw everything up in the air. dr. sabato, thanks so much for joining us. we look forward to talking to you, especially over the last 18
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>> steve: quick headlines. talk about a sign of the times, the latest store trying to open on famed rodeo drive in l.a., the 99-cent store. rodeo drive. the chain's ceo says affluent customers enjoy a good bargain,
too. but the city says don't count on it opening there. too bad. and dole recalling its american blend bagged salad after listeria bacteria was found in a sample in tennessee. the recall affects ten states in the south. the northeast and the midwest. and applies to 12-ounce bags with use by date of october 17. too old to use anyway. >> ali: days after the attack in libya, president obama had this to say about the four americans killed, including former navy seals glenn dougherty and tyrone wood. >> glenn and tyrone have each served america as navy seals for many years before continuing their service providing security for our diplomats in libya. >> ali: what the president did not explain is that dougherty and woods were not members of chris stevens' security team. they were a half mile away from the consulate and had to respond to calls for help. will they ever get the true hero status they deserve or will it
take a back seat to politics? the host of "justice," judge jeanine per rose joins us now. >> good morning. happy birthday. >> steve: thank you very much. >> ali: why is the real story of where they were so important? >> it's important for several reasons. it continues the false narrative of the white house and the president by saying that these guys were involved in the security of the ambassador, suggests we had more security there and therefore, we weren't at fault and we were on top of our game. but it gets worse. the president's narrative is then compounded by susan rice who specifically says that these two guys were there to provide security to the ambassador. >> steve: they weren't. >> they were not. that is false. and this weekend on my show, i've got an exclusive from someone who was a former seal member, a teammate of glenn dougherty who says they absolutely were not there. in fact, they were there on a stole totally separate mission. they were in the annex half a mile from the consulate. these guys are the true heros
who came, got 20 people out of that embassy, and -- or the consulate, and they're being denied their status as heros. let me tell you, these guys, one in particular that i've got on my show, has some very choice words for the administration, for hillary clinton, for the lie that they're continuing to perpetrate. >> brian: actually i understand that their job was to hunt down the shoulder fired missiles that might have been given to the rebels to overthrow gadhafi. >> we know there are 20,000 of them, the surface to air missiles that when gadhafi was run over that we've got 20,000 of them running around. and i got to tell you, i love geraldo, but with all due respect, i don't agree with anything that he said about the narrative. his theory, the bottom line is you can say whatever you want about what happened at that embassy in cairo, but what happened in libya was not spontaneous. you're not able to overtake an embassy on three sides. the add m knew it. they had the live audio. they had the video surveillance. they knew what was going on and it is a lie, it is infuriating,
the american people should be infuriated with the lie that is absolutely backed up by the facts. >> brian: was it we're still looking into it like he mentioned on letterman, on "the view"? >> does not that give you -- doesn't that give you time where you don't have to give a straight answer? >> we knew within 24 hours, the intel was clear. >> steve: you know what? it's not only important to find out what happened to tyrone and also the other fellow, dougherty, especially for their families. >> i have pat smith, sean smith's mother. >> steve: she wants answers. >> she wants answers. she gets a call from the f.b.i i'm going to talk about this tomorrow night. and they say, we're going to send awe form if you want information. the mother of the man who was a diplomat in libya. we'll send awe form.
the same f.b.i. that takes them three weeks to get into libya. >> ali: right. we heard how frustrated she was on your show. we'll be watching this weekend, judge. thanks so much for coming on. >> brian: a big special tonight with bret baier. when it comes to defending the president, ambassador rice had a lot to say on five different sunday shows. look what happened when we caught up to her. >> i am not, can you speak about the attack in benghazi? >> brian: the response? or lack thereof next. >> steve: then, major news coming from ground zero and anna kooiman is there. what's coming up? >> good morning to you, steve. we're live at a rainy rededication ceremony for an amazing bronze statue of a horse soldier right here behind this tarp. they just unveiled it. we're going to be live from the ceremony coming up in just a bit and talk to some of the horse soldiers who helped to initially topple the taliban. that's next. you don't want to miss it [ male announcer ] centrum has been a leader in multivitamins
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>> steve: time for your shot of the morning. you just saw them taking the tarp off a special statue about to be dedicated at ground zero. it honors the brave horse soldiers who rode into afghanistan after september 11.
remember those attacks? and will be the only memorial at ground zero dedicated to our special forces and horses? many of those soldiers are there at this location this morning to take part in this special dedication and so is anna kooiman. let's check in with her. hi, anna. >> hey, good morning to you guys. yeah. i'm joined by some very important people that initially really helped topple the taliban. i'm going to talk to lieutenant general john mulhollan. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> talk about how important this mission was for special operations. >> well, it was really important for our nation. i mean, we had just been attacked on 9-11 here in new york, pennsylvania and we were our nation's first response to get back into take the fight to those who attacked this great country. we were honored to have the honor of leading that fight, but it was really important for our nation. >> and sergeant, i want to talk to you a little bit because you were actually on top of the
horses and you land there in afghanistan on this rugged terrain going. what are we going to do? how are we going to get around? a lot of you didn't have significant training on horseback. >> that's correct. our team leader was the only one that had any training. so it was a learn as you go and another aspect that we really had to deal with was the horses were smaller there. so they were usedpsnfáke >> it's sacred ground. this is ground zero. it shows the strength of not only america, but also the special forces, the green berets and all the special operations in the united states. >> what's the motto of the green berets? >> opresso, liber.
being here, new york, all the organizers, it's speechless, being able to every day when we're here, what they do for us. i can't say enough. >> bill, i want to get to you as well. your group helped make this possible. why is it that the artist decided to have this horse soldier looking behind itself, kind of with a vigilant eye over ground zero? >> the men who stand behind you wanted this statue to have a watchful eye overt world trade center and -- over the world trade center and the tower. if you can see that, it does. so that is a watchful eye so this never happens again to this great country. this was an all private effort, $750,000 raised by private citizens in six years. gary sinise, a fox regular and our friend, and this statue will always be here to honor those who fought the battle of 9-11 and we want everyone to come down here and understand that there is great sacrifice. we've lost 6,000 troops.
we have 600,000 that are coming back wounded and we got to honor them and love them. >> thank you so much. gentlemen, we look forward to the ceremony at 10:3. back to you. >> steve: i have a feeling you'll see it live here on fox. >> brian: is there any group that doesn't mind the weather, it is a bunch of green berets. >> ali: let's get to your headlines. president obama going to the hard hitting daily show to talk about the terrorist attack in benghazi and drawing criticism for what he said. >> i would say even you would admit it was not the optimal response, at least to the american people as far as us all being on the same page. >> here is what i'll say, if four americans get killed, it's not optimal and we're going to fix it. >> ali: so obviously president obama was parroting jon stewart's words there, but senator john mccain is outraged by those comments and he was on "fox & friends" earlier this morning. >> the optimal line, of course, is very regrettable and makes me
a little sad. but for him to say that every piece of information that they got they laid out to the american people is up with of the most disingenuous statements i've ever heard. >> ali: the associated press is reporting the c.i.a. station chief knew within 24 hours the attack had nothing to do with the video. >> brian: she went on five different television shows. when our own mike levine caught up with ambassador often soon rice, she was at a loss for words. >> can you speak with us briefly about the attack in benghazi. >> this is not the appropriate time. thanks for your interest. >> why not speak now? you've spoken before. did you speak with the campaign at all before you went on the sunday shows? >> please, thank you very much. >> brian: secret service letting it happen. the obama administration has said since the attack was a planned attack.
>> steve: on to extreme weather in oklahoma. highway set to reopen after this massive dust storm blanketed parts of northern oklahoma. look at that. this is not normal for the area, but because of drought conditions, strong winds and blowing dust created the dangerous situation for drivers. oh, my goodness. this is what it looked like if you were driving. the storm caused several crashes. nine people were hurt. the extent of their injuries is not known. but it was a gritty, dirty day down in oklahoma. >> brian: all right. the president and mitt romney putting politics aside for one last at least, or at least for a night. at least. >> the spirit of sesame street, the president's remarks tonight are brought to you by the letter o and the number 16 trillion. [ laughter ] >> brian: peter johnson, jr. was sitting next to the president. he's here with the inside scoop next. >> ali: then, you'll remember this heart breaking story. this little dog was tossed from a moving car and left for dead. but today there is an incredible
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>> brian: quick headlines. forget gps and car stereos, these thieves are after your car seats. >> steve: what? >> brian: the crooks break into the suv and make off with a third row seats in seconds. look familiar? yeah. it all happens in broad daylight. cops say there has been a rash of these thefts. they're sold to shops or on-line for hundreds of dollars. >> ali: thank you for answering that in real time. >> brian: raccoon learns the hard way not to mess with these chimps. he wandered into their enclosure at the st. louis zoo. no one warned them. st. louis zoo gave them the old heave ho and he got out thereof quick. >> steve: wow. >> brian: we don't even need people to report the news. we go into the animal world and find out how they're getting along. we have to give ourselves some credit. humans aren't doing anything. let's go to the zoo. >> ali: meanwhile, we have
brand-new information just this morning on the terrorist attack in benghazi. the associated press is reporting that the c.i.a. on the ground in libya told the white house within 24 hours that the attack on our consulate was not the result of a spontaneous riot. >> steve: this comes on the heels of the president appearing on the daily show to talk about it. peter doocy live in washington with a summary. peter? >> president obama told jon stewart last night that every piece of information his administration got that was tied to the terrorist attack on the consulate in benghazi was then laid out for the american people to help the public paint a picture of exactly what happened and despite his administration's sometimes confusing response to the attack, the president said he was never confused about the fact four americans were killed and he also said the facts, terrorists struck the consulate at all was not optimal. >> i would say even you would admit, it was not the optimal response, at least to the american people as far as us all being on the same page.
>> here is what i'll say, if four americans get killed, it's not optimal. >> right. >> we're going to fix it. >> fox news has been reporting that the administration internally knew within 24 hours the raid on the benghazi consulate was a terrorist attack. senator john mccain, republican from arizona, wants to know why if the president knew americans had just been murdered by terrorists, he went on in mccain's words, every show if america to say they died in the midst of a spontaneous demonstration triggered by a video. and he also took issue with the way the president described the attacks la night on the comedy channel. >> even from someone like the president who has never known what these kinds of tragedies are about and the service and sacrifice that people make, it's still just -- i can't even get angry. it's just so inappropriate. >> sources also now tell fox news that the leader of ansar
al-shariah in benghazi, is one of a handful of men suspected of commanding the deadly raid on the consulate in benghazi. we don't yet know if he was the ring leader, but we are told he's on the short list. back to you. >> steve: all right. peter doocy, live in dc, thank you very much. >> brian: he was drinking mango juice in a luxury hotel yesterday. >> steve: a couple of nights ago the president of the united states said we'll track these guys and find them. so the "new york times" sent a reporter to a swanky hotel, got him. >> brian: the same way another reporter found the murderer of ambassador stevens. >> ali: the f.b.i. was not able to get into benghazi for weeks. this is the kind of thing they have lost traction on. >> steve: i thought the president of the united states said at the debate, first thing i did was got on the phone and said we've got to secure everything all around the world. >> brian: and adjust our security. >> steve: absolutely. on the phone? he couldn't have a meeting? no, he's going to the fund-raiser out in vegas.
but then where he's talking about we got to crack down on security and then you've got cnn walking in, picking up the journal. no security there. >> brian: it will be interesting. the average person is tapped into the whole benghazi situation and it sets up an interesting debate on monday when everyone said america doesn't care about foreign policy, now they do. 14 minutes before the top of the hour. >> ali: there is more levity last night. the president and mitt romney putting politics aside for at least one night. >> the spirit of sesame street, the president's remarks tonight are brought to you by the letter o and the number 16 trillion. [ laughter ] >> ali: peter johnson, jr. was seated very close to the president. he's here with the inside scoop, the back story until let's check in with martha mccallum who sits very close to bill hemmer. >> good morning, you guys. good to see you. we've got new poll numbers coming out today and, of course, the big debate coming up on monday night. mike huckabee will be here to talk about that and the latest of what you folks are talking
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>> steve: although it was two days after president obama and mitt romney duked it out at the presidential debate, they put aside the campaign rancor last night and went for comedy relief >> i'm glad to be able to join in this senderrable tradition. of course, i'm pleased that the president is here. we were chatting this evening as if tuesday night never happened. >> this is the third time that governor romney and i have met
recently. as some of you may have noticed, i had a lot more energy in the second debate. i was really well rested after the nice long nap i had in the first debate. [ laughter ] >> steve: that was a clip from the 67th annual dinner. peter johnson, jr. was at the dinner and, in fact, peter, you were in the same row there on the day -- >> i was. i was lucky enough to be with mitt romney and down a few. i'm on the board of the smith foundation. we raised $5 million last night. and it was a wonderful thing for needy children, sick children here in the new york area. it was a huge, huge night. credit goes to cardinal dolan for putting people together who don't agree with each other about anything on any day. it was funny, it was interesting. it was the american pageant. let's look and see what the candidate high school to say. i guess mitt romney first. very funny. >> of course, we're down to the final months of the president's
term. [ laughter ] as president obama surveys, the waldorf banquet room with everyone in white tie and finery, you have to wonder what he's thinking. so little time, so much to redistribute. [ laughter ] now, i never suggest that the press is biased. i recognize they have their job to do and i have my job to do. my job is to lay out a positive vision for the future of the country. and their job is to make sure no one else finds out about it. [ laughter ] i've already seen early reports from tonight's dinner. headlines, obama embraced by catholics. romney dines with rich people. [ laughter ] >> now, win or lose, this is my last political campaign, so i'm trying to drink it all in. unfortunately, mayor bloomberg will only let me have 16 ounces
of it. [ laughter ] that's okay. i'm still making the most of my time in the city. earlier today i went shopping at some stores in midtown. i understand governor romney went shopping for some stores in midtown. [ laughter ] it brought back some great memories because some of you notify i went to school here in new york, had a wonderful experience here. [ applause ] used to love walking through central park, loved to go to old yankee stadium, the house that ruth built. although he really did not build that. i hope everybody is aware of that. >> steve: funny on both sides. >> brian: it was very puppy. >> it's great people come together. people like rupert murdoch has been supporting this, news corps. giving money to these kids. it was interesting. i know a lot of the democrats there because i worked with a lot of the democrats over the years. there was a feeling in the air of romney being a winner, in this sense, a lot of the dems
were going to want to meet him. >> steve: really? >> he looks very presidential. and both candidates were mingling with the crowd in a way that i've never seen before. president obama was the first sitting president there since 1984. but there was an excitement in the room. cardinal dolan has been critical of the president on the religious liberty issue. but i think he showed how we can come together in this country. he said listen, you don't just invite the people that you agree with. you invite everyone and you have a discussion. you do things that are for the common good, and this is for the common good. >> steve: one of the things i liked about last night was we've seen side by side, the president and mitt romney, now three times, two debates and last night. and mitt romney is not that wooden robot that the press and his -- the main stream media try to portray him as. >> he's threw with jay leno and letterman. he was very, very funny. >> steve: he killed it!
>> the president was funny, too. but i think mitt romney was sharper, the writing was terrific, and the delivery was just fantastic. let me just say one thing before we leave, happy birthday to you. >> steve: thank you very much. >> happy birthday to you. happy birthday to you. >> steve: happy birthday to your father, peter james johnson, senior. >> thank you. 91. >> steve: i'm sure he's watching. >> somebody want node sing to you. >> steve: i'll give you five dollars not to. he can sing to me during the commercial. we'll be back in two minutes. >> i was hoping the president would bring joe biden along this evening 'cause he'll laugh at anything. [ laughter ] [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories?
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your show tomorrow. if you have to run from the tv, run to the radio. we leave you with an anchor from the morning show, alisyn camerota. >> steve: and thanks to the many people who sent me nice birthday wish today. >> brian: you have a lot of people to answer to! happy birthday, sir. >> steve: thank you very much, mr. kilmeade. >> ali: tune in to the after the show show. more on steve's birthday. bill: from us to you too, steve. good morning on a friday. fox news alert starts our coverage. there are reports raising more questions over the white house's handling of the deadly attack on the consulate in libya. the associated press reporting that the cia station chief in libya reported to washington within hours of the attack saying it was the work of terrorists. martha: intelligence sources telling "the wall street journal" the night before ambassador susan rice went on all the sunday shows and said the attack was smashed by spontaneous ot